Discover Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice terrace set the cliff. One cannot afford to miss the scenic Tegalalang Rice Terrace in Ubud that has extensive terraced rice paddies. You are in for the most spectacular sight when you visit these paddies between October to March, right during the monsoon when it turns into an intense sea of greenery. Experience the peaceful moments at the rice paddy fields, hire some bike an explore the town of Ubud where Tegalalang Rice Terrace is located. Tegalalang rice terrace open 24 hours a day, there’s not much point of visiting them in the dark. For a different way to experience the rice paddies try one of the many swings around.
Explore Nusa Penida island
A largely untouched island getaway in the south-east Bali, at Nusa Penida you can explore the island, go swimming in waterfalls and trek to the rugged coastal cliffs. A wide range of marine life takes shelter around the coast of this tiny island. The island has beaches with soft white sands and world-class diving opportunities.
Tour West Bali National Park
Find Bali’s national park in the north-western part of the island. Located approximately 100 km from Bali’s capital city Denpasar, this park is habitat to a large variety of flora and fauna including coral reefs. Menjangan island – a popular diving destination in Bali – is part of this national park and you can take a boat ride to cross over to this tiny island.
Walkthrough the sacred Monkey Forest
Often part of most Bali holiday packages, Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest, is a place of natural forest sanctuary. Its residents, a horde of long-tailed grey macaques, are major crowd pullers. Besides watching the playful and cheeky monkeys, visitors can see the beautiful ancient temples with statues and relics covered in mossy foliage throughout the forest, giving a mysterious and antique feel to this place.